The West Bank of Luxor – Half Day Tour

5 Hours

Would you like to see where the New Kingdom Kings were buried and how queen Hatshepsut ruled Egypt?


No one can deny that the 3 pyramids at Giza are the most famous site not only in Egypt, but almost all over the world; and they are one of the seven wonders of the world. But a lot of people haven’t heard about Luxor and its hidden treasures and monuments such as, the Valley of Kings with its tombs decorated with these everlasting colours and magnificent paintings.

If you will join me in this tour, I will show you more of the secrets of the West Bank of Luxor monument such as the beautiful tombs of the Valley of Kings and will lead you to the tomb of the boy king Tut and climb up the temple of the queen Hat Shep Sut, which will enable you to shoot the best photos of the temple and its surroundings and we will stand before the gigantic statues of Memnon and learn the story of that Greek warrior and his relation with the 2 colossi.

And let’s dive in the history of each place and go back in time to imagine how the Ancient Egyptians lived and enjoyed their life . . . and thought of their afterlife.


  • Queen Hatshepsut temple
  • The Valley of Kings and the boy King Tut tomb
  • The Colossi of Memnon


The detailed itinerary:
- I will pick you up from your hotel in Luxor.
- Then we drive to the west bank of Luxor for around 45 mins.
- We have a quick stop to view the 2 Colossi of Memnon located at the front of the ruined temple of Amon Hotep the third.
- Then we proceed to see the magnificent funerary temple of the Queen Hat Shep Sut designed on terraced style.
- Later, we will head to the valley of Kings with its variable tombs, fabulous scenes and vivid colours. Also, you have the chance to visit the tomb of the boy king Tut in the Valley of Kings.
- Finally, we drive back to the east bank, where I will drop you off at your hotel.

P. S. : This tour can be tailor-made to meet with your needs.

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The West Bank of Luxor – Half Day Tour
From $160
/ Up To 4 People (send a message for large groups)